Car bombs kill 11 in Turkish-held north Syria: monitor

Car bombs killed 11 people including six civilians in two separate incidents in Turkish-held northern Syria on Sunday, a monitoring group said. The first attack near a cultural centre in the town of Azaz killed six civilians including a young girl, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. An AFP reporter at the scene saw a mangled car ablaze, black smoke billowing into the sky. A man rushed away from the site of the blast, carrying what appeared to be a child wrapped in a bloodied cloth. In the second incident, a car bomb targeted a checkpoint of pro-Ankara rebels near the t…

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